Self Powered Sighting System
SeeAll Sights do not require any batteries, or electronics purchased from the store. No need to worry if your sight will be able to power on next time you need it! Get a sight that is dependable, battery free, offered with tritium, and made right here in the USA!
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Tritium & Non Tritium Sight
Our New Mk3 Plate System sight is the best optic you can add. This sight has everything you could ask for! Durability, accuracy, lighting, compact size, price point, and so much more! Enjoy the simplicity of a SeeAll Sight NOW!
Best 22 Sight on the Market
SeeAll Sights do not limit you to a narrow scope, or traditional black post iron sights. You will find perfect lighting, pin point accuracy, and wide field of view! Under $100
Delta, or Crosshair
The most popular reticle throughout our product line. Its simple point of the delta for point of impact is hard to beat! Providing more in the optic for your eye to see you will find that the delta reticle is quick to acquire, and pin point accurate.
Now offered in all of the SeeAll Products. Point of impact is the intersection of the vertical, and horizontal line. Each line is 8MOA for bullet drop compensation.
Both sites arrived ontime and in great shape. I have mounted the micro to my AR using a 1 inch riser. Have not had the opportunity to shoot it yet but so far I like the site. As to the tritium site plate system I was not able to mount it to my current Tarus G2C but have ordered a G3C Toro to allow me to use this site. I think it will be a great site for both weapon systems when i get the opportunity to get some shooting done. Stay tuned!
I have a tritium lit triangle plate setup on my Canik tp9sfx & a non-tritium rail mounted crosshair setup on my 22.lr. Both came out of the box sighted in perfect & zero problems after 100s & even 1,000 of rounds out of my 22! My go to
My expectations were fulfilled.
No batteries, no on/off switch, quick acquisition and an aiming device that could be used in all lighting situations. Some may not like the sight picture, as you cannot see the target through the device. Sounds bad but if you shoot w/both eyes open your brain will superimpose the delta onto the target. It took some practice but once I adjusted there is no issue. My initial impression is that it has a solid build. The delta is sharp and clear, even though I use glasses to read. Very happy with my purchase.
I got the Gen 3 Tritium Micro Delta for my Black Aces Tactical Pro Series S-Mini to replace a defective red dot. I also have astigmatism; almost all red dot optics regardless of quality just don’t work in the long run. I have to say the set up and engineering of this sight system is unique. It takes some time to get used to, but it’s worth it. The sight weighs half of the one it replaced. It’s durable and has really great fit and finish. It is a learning curve to get used to using this sight. Once I got it down how to effectively use it; it’s been super reliable, the tritium for low light is plenty bright. It turns my weapon system with the appropriate loadout into a rail driver! Simple to set up and forget it. It also holds zero after being taken off the weapon and put back on repeatedly. A phenomenal product that I will stand behind and pick up others for different applications! Keep up the great work, y’all make a damn good product!
worked for me.
I emailed Seeall and asked for a recommendation. I just bought a Ruger 10/22 Charger pistol. I comes with a picatinny rail and no sight. I didn’t want a high, bulky red dot. Kray’s recommendation for the Micr open sight was right on. I installed the sight yesterday and went to the range today. Sight works great, is low profile, easy to see, and once adjusted very accurate. Mounts in minutes and is very solid. With the lifetime warranty my sight problem is over on this weapon.
I have four SeeAll sites now. My first (years ago) is on a crossbow, one Mk2 standard, one Mk2 Tritium, and now a Mk3 Tritium, all the "delta" version for the more current three.
The newer three are all on high end air guns. The Mk3 is on a $1500 pistol.
As noted by others, It does take a little getting used to, but once you have a little time in, it's right there with most standard dot sites.
The size, the weight (or lack of !), the build, all excellent qualities. I've watched a couple of videos that the people have put them through some pretty severe torture testing. All held up well. WAY more misuse than I'd ever do.
And they are excellent for those who wear glasses as I do. Makes target acquisition quick and easy, especially in low light, which is my case, shooting indoors.
More compact and brighter than mk2. I own both the mk2 and the micro.
I strongly suggest a picture of each model RMR adapter plate, and if it has a Novak or other cut for rear sight connectivity.
Mk2 - Tritium Night Sight Rail Mounted
great sight retired deputy sheriff I enjoy using it
I mounted the sight on a Glock 40 MOS in a 10mm Auto, it works great, quick target acquisition even for people who wear glasses and have problems with the rear sight and front sight.
I was a bit skeptical at first coming from traditional red dot optics to this, but that all went out of the window after putting my very first magazine through it. I had it zeroed prior to me firing it, so I got the opportunity to fire it as it should be from the start. Extremely accurate with perfect groups. I couldn’t be happier with it! I’ll never look at traditional optics the same again.
IT IS STILL MY FAVORITE SIGHT ON THE MARKET. I AM A 100% DISABLED VET AND I HAVE TO USE BRACES TO SHOOT. I CAN SHOOT LIGHTS OUT WITH SEEALL OPEN SIGHTS. NOT WORTH A HOOT WITHOUT THEM.